Staff Sgt. Jordan L. Bear (credit: U.S. Army)

Colorado Soldier Killed In Afghanistan Memorialized

Two Army paratroopers who were killed in an attack on their base in Afghanistan are being described as outstanding leaders who set a good example for the soldiers around them.


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One Of Last Iraq Soldiers To Leave Welcomed By Family At DIA

An Army seargent was treated to a hero’s welcome from his extended family at Denver International Airport on Monday evening.


The Mobley twins (credit: CBS)

Colorado Soldier’s Family Reacts To Iraq Troop Withdrawal

CBS4’s Dominic Garcia spoke with a Colorado family, the Mobleys, with two sons who served in Iraq.


Sports Authority Field at Mile High on Sept. 12, 2011 in Denver.  (Photo by Garrett W. Ellwood/Getty Images)

Broncos Fans Should Arrive Early Thursday For Military Salute

Denver Broncos fans who attend Thursday’s game against the New York Jets Thursday evening will be treated to a military salute before kickoff.


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Colorado Army Post Honors Fallen Soldier From Texas

Fort Carson is remembering a Texas soldier who was killed in Afghanistan.


Sgt. Anthony Silva (credit: Denver Police Department)

Denver Police Arrest Suspect In Murder Of Fort Carson Soldier

Denver police have arrested a man accused of shooting and killing a solider last month.



Army Throws Out Negligent Homicide Case Against Soldier From Evergreen

The father of an Army captain from Colorado says the Army has thrown out his son’s negligent homicide conviction in the deaths of two Iraqi civilians.


Ryan Matthews (credit: Off Leash Dog Training)

Loveland Dog Trainer Faces Animal Cruelty Charges

A high profile northern Colorado dog trainer is accused of being cruel to animals. So far police aren’t saying much about the details of the case.


Madeleine and Anthony Mitchell (credit: CBS)

Homeless Vets Get A Home Of Their Own

Thirty-six veterans and their families are getting ready to celebrate their first Fourth of July in a home of their own.


Ret. Maj. Scott Weakley shows CBS4's Kathy Walsh his Army scrapbook. (credit: CBS)

Rare Lung Disease Among Iraq War Vets Investigated

An increasing number of troops are returning from Iraq and Afghanistan with serious lung diseases. The illnesses have been linked to dust, burning garbage pits and industrial fires.





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